J. Zamora-Castro

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Constructed ammonium oxidizing biofilms (CAOB) and constructed nitrite oxidizing biofilms (CNOB) were characterized during the bioremediation of a wastewater effluent. The maximum ammonium removal rate and removal efficiency in CAOB was 322 mg N-NH 4 +  m−3 d−1 and 96%, respectively, while in CNOB a maximum removal rate of 255 mg N-NH 4 +  m−3 d−1 and a(More)
A novel alternative for wastewater effluent bioremediation was developed using constructed microbial mats on low-density polyester. This biotechnology showed high removal efficiencies for nitrogen and phosphorous in a short retention time (48 h): 94% for orthophosphate (7.78 g $$ PO_{4} ^{{3 - }} - P $$ m3 d−1), 79% for ammonium (11.30 g $$ NH_{4} ^{ + } -(More)
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